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and the men police say took his life. 23-year-old charles butler was parking his car in east oakland. >> if you saw the nudge, the bad parking mr. butler did is the reason why the people inside this car thought it was a reason to kill mr. butler. >> reporter: and it shows butlered in the store arguing with a suspect. he was killed the next day by the same men, blocks from the store. >> it was painful, difficult to watch. that was charles's last moments here on earth. >> reporter: butler's family came to ktvu to watch the video for the first time. >> bumping of the car? that was ridiculous. that's what a bumper's for. >> reporter: it was tough to see a loved one, killed just weeks before he shipped out to sea as a merchant marine. >> i feel this was just a vicious attack and jealousy upon my son, and i really want justice. >> when someone can shoot and kill someone who comes from a similar background and looks just like them and don't know them, to me, that's a self that red, anger directed inward. >> reporter: police arrested a person of interest but released him for a lack of eviden
against the former butler accused of stealing confidential information. >> and an official ban on homosexual activity. if passed the law would prevent them from gathering publicly. a similar law was passed the st. petersburg. >> the parliament was small but vocal. gay rights campaigners gathered to protest about a bill that would make their demonstrations illegal. it would make promoting homosexuality a criminal offense with those found guilty facing jail. >> we will not be able to come out with posters like today with our symbols to say publicly you are a homosexual in an interview would be considered propaganda. >> the bill has been heavily criticized by human rights groups but the counterprotesters were there. >> when gay people come out in the street to promote this way of life, it promotes a violation of my are the and children's rights and people this worries us and we demand a ban and punishment. >> the zoigs pass the bill was passed by more than half of the members of parliament. it doesn't clearly define what the promotion of homosexuality is but it states it poses a t
butler has a new film "facing mavericks." it's a film following sarah palin around. (laughter) whatever happened to that lady? i don't know. let's begin tonight with last night's presidential debate in boca raton, florida, which is spanish for "rat's mouth." (laughter) and yiddish for "heaven's waiting room." (laughter and applause) this is the third and-- thank god-- final debate between barack obama and mitt romney. to topic, foreign policy. bad news for president obama because -- >> in the history of presidents of the united states, he's our worst at foreign policy. >> this is a very weak ill-conceived foreign policy. every place you look is failure. >> the jimmy carter years look like the good old days compared to where we are right now. >> the president has communicated weakness. >> jon: weakness in foreign policy! obama is weaker than coolidge in foreign policy! weaker than polk! weaker than president flinchington j. craphispants. (laughter) as you know, the only president in united states history who ever had his wallet stolen by a baby. (laughter) you don't hear as much about ol
frances butler simpson. frances butler simpson was in his own day a well-known historian himself and in fact frances butler simpson had a magnum opus, a biography of pitchfork and tillman from his own hometown. simkins grew up in this -- a town in south carolina and at some point he sat down to write this kind of gossipy, thinly fictionalized account of his hometown called lynch would. this thing was never published and it is now preserved only in the archives at longwood university in virginia where simkins taught his whole life but it offered a really unique perspective on edgefield and the area in which strom thurmond was growing up in an area which will thurmond was the biggest influential figure in edgefield political life there in the early 1940s. let me read you a little bit of this and then i'm going to stop talking. for some time in the late 1940s or early 1950's frances butler simkin set down to write a fictionalized memoir about growing up in edgefield or lynch would as it appears in his text. it was never published and is preserved today only in his personal papers an
updates the story of the butler accused of stealing documents from the pope and leaking them to the press. >> woodruff: hari sreenivasan travels to the electorally important swing state of iowa where the polls opened last week. >> a recent des moines register poll found less than 2% of iowa voters were undecided, which means the campaigns could benefit from locking in votes early. >> ifill: margaret warner examines a genetic breakthrough that could allow doctors to diagnose and treat seriously ill infants sooner. >> woodruff: and we close by returning to a conversation with tonight's debate moderator, our own jim lehrer about his book on past presidential debates. that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: in just a few hours, president barack obama and former massachusetts governor mitt romney will ta
, the butler did it. the case of the leaked documents. >> reporter: record of 7 years of faithful service as the butler and his apology earned him a reduced sentence. he said he acted out of an advisor aloe owe viseral love. >>> found in his apartment were some with the word destroy written in german. they were leaked to italian journalist who used them in a book detailing corruption, intrigue and fighting at the highest levels. the unanswered question is whether anyone else was involved in the leaks. the butler insisted he had no accomplices even though he gave the names of police and cardinals with whom he had spoken and received suggestions. in a situation unique the pope was both victim and supreme judge. as absolute ruler of the vatican he wheels all power. >>> the spokesman insisted the court reached verdict in full independent without any interference. and he added most likely pardon. >> her client was serine and not appeal. the convicted butler left court to begin serving his sentence in his family apartment in vatican city. the vatican has no long-term detention facility. until n
as the information becomes available. the oakland police -- >>> the oakland police say 23- year-old charles butler was did you gunned down a -- was gunned down a few blocks from the market. they say this began when butler was parallel parking next to a car with two other men in it. >> if you saw the nudge that right there, the bad parking that mr. butler did is the reason why the people inside this car thought it was a reason to kill mr. butler. >> police are hoping someone will give them a call. >>> a hiker found the body of 32-year-old eric dean garcia yesterday. autopsy results led them to call it a homicide. garcia disappeared with a -- disappeared from a party in san jose. >> san jose will be the lead agency. now that the body is located. our missing person's case is gonna be closed because he's no longer considered missing. >> garcia's motorcycle is still missing. >>> investigators are on the scene of a construction accident this morning in palo alto. a man has head injuries after falling down an elevator shaft. new at noon, ktvu's ann ruben is in the 3400 block of hillview avenue to explain
's hospital last december. they say 23-year-old charles butler was gunned down a few blocks from the market where that surveillance video was recorded. they say butler was parallel parking next to a car with two other men inside it. >> if you saw that nut, that right there, the bad parking that mr. butler did is the reason why the people inside this car thought it was a reason to kill mr. butler. >> investigators are now urging anyone who may have witnessed the confrontation between the men or the shooting to call oakland police. >>> a san jose missing persons case has now turned into a homicide investigation. a hiker found the body of 32- year-old eric dean garcia saturday in the santa cruz mountains. investigators have not said yet exactly how he died. he was last seen at a party on september 18. he left on his harley-davidson motorcycle, which is still missing. >>> investigators safe a santa clara doctor was living a double life. they say he was working as a medical director while abusing his power to write prescriptions. 61-year-old marvin bonham faces 18 felony charges. he worked for v
to hell if i don't. >> reporter: religion scholar diana butler bass has studied the growth of the spiritual but not religious. in her latest book, subtitled "the end of church," she writes that they share a deep dislike for religious institutions. >> i think that the main, um, problem that people identify with religion is, religious institutions, is hypocrisy, is that they look at these institutions and they see people who are more concerned about politics, more concerned about money, um, more concerned about their own power, um, and that, that's just not what people expect out of a faith institution. they expect some level of authenticity, especially in the leadership. they would like religious institutions to practice what they preach. >> reporter: butler bass says the sex abuse scandal and cover-up in the roman catholic church and the fight over the ordination of an openly gay bishop in the episcopal church helped accelerate a long, slow decline in religious affiliation. despite that, butler bass sees in america a new spiritual awakening. >> people who are in the unaffil
gerard butler! (cheers and applause) >> jon: nice to see you. (cheers and applause) i guess my first thing i'm going say to you is this "grab my hand." (laughter) resist me, butler! those aren't hands they're like (bleep)ing meat hooks, jesus! what's happening? >> nothing, man, just -- i just realized how much i missed my hair. i mean it's -- >> jon: oh, is that true. >> yeah, it doesn't really look like it was, my hair. >> jon: you like it more flowing, a little more "bravehearty." as much -t as it looked bleached as hell but it was a fun cut. >> jon: >> jon: let me ask you this. did you do the things you wanted to do with your hair when it was that long or no? did you get a convertible and drive like this? (laughter) >> i mop it had bathroom floor with it. >> jon: see, i'm the opposite. when i get a hair cut now i feel liberated. i feel -- when i my hair gets too long and i get it cut i feel like oh, now, going attack the day. maybe it's a -- i have what do you call it osteoporosis so i don't have the bone density that a long hair -- (laughter). you're a haler figure, perhaps. >> i
to an argument inside the store. butler was killed the next day associated with the car he hit. butler's family is pleading for witnesses to come forward. >> i know there are people out there who have some morals and decency that when they see this video it will touch their hearts and come forward. how these guys charged because they are dangerous. >> the car is a four during text use it if you have any information call police. >>> police say the suspect is being held at the san mateo jail in the killing of keith coffee. he was found dead in the front road of a home early yesterday morning. it appears they got into a fight before he was killed. >> is charged with selling drugs to minors. he was an agency for santa clara employees and now he faces 18 felony charges. prosecutors accused him for writing prescriptions for heavily addicted drugs. they are possibly trading for sex. >> sales koan if i of ecstasy clear skies for other items. >> they found child pornography and other inappropriate things. >>> tomorrow marks the 16th birthday of missing teen sierr lemar. authorities believe she is dead.
beyond its borders. >> now to the scandal rocking the vatican. the pope's former butler found guilty today of stealing private papal documents and leaking them to a reporter, but tonight the butler is expecting a pardon. paulo gabrieli was always close to the pope or at his side serving dinner. it was a trusted position and he betrayed that trust, handing over thousands of copies of documents to an investigative journalist who was writing a tell-all book. it caused a sensation with accusations of fighting and financial misdealings. in court the butler confessed to the crime and said he did it out of love for the church. his lawyer said he shouldn't be remembered as a thief and even hopes that in the future his motives will be rewarded for the butler said it himself in court this morning, he did what he did for the sake of the church and of the pope. >> vatican judges disagreed, sentencing gabrieli to 18 months in prison. the butler has to wait for forgiveness from the very man he betrayed. the pope's spokesman says a pardon is likely and the pontiff will now study the court file and
this video of butler at the wheel on december 22nd. he bumps in to a car and there's a verbal confrontation that follows. look at the men in the video. recognize them? police say they may have killed the 23-year-old. nbc bay area cheryl has a report from oakland. they are pleading with people that see the video to come forward with something. >> let me put it this way, whenever there is violence in the city of oakland, it's no secret that people are reluctant to come forward. i talked to a family member tonight who lost her family member last year and she told me tonight, what if this was your loved one. >> no one knows. >> reporter: valerie is emotional and determined to help to solve her brother's killing. she's hoping this surveillance video, just reelised by oakland police, will encourage witnesses to come forward. >> i want it to be out. i want people to see this. and they are going to be seeing me because i'm not going to rest until these guys are off the streets. >> reporter: this video shows the two men butler is talking about. police say they are suspects than believe they killed c
. it shows homicide victim charles butler getting into a confrontation with two men outside of a market last december. police believe the men gunned down butler a few blocks away, just a few minutes later. crimestoppers is offering a $10,000 reward and butler's family added another 15,000. >>> the oakland police department is considering a new tactic to get more police officers on the streets quickly. you will hear about an idea for outsourcing in about 14 minutes. >>> san jose police have arrested two juveniles after a woman called to say they were trying to break into her house. that call came from what the police described as an elderly woman living on glenn handily drive -- handly drive. officers spotted the boys climbing a fence. they said the woman did the right thing when the pair knocked on her door. >> she looked out the front living room window. as she looked out, she saw the guys talking to each other and they kept banging and banging. right away, she got on the phone and called 911. next thing she knew, they were going to the side of the house. she heard them at the back of the h
the process of ending the game. >> it sparked an instant and national war. paul butler is a retired doctor and college football player himself and said the green wave as to go. >> to be clear, this is a dangerous game for children to be playing. >> reporter: butler said the current lawsuit by players against the league said they hadn't adequately warned them. espn science sid -- said big blows like this one could be like taking a slj hammer to the head. >> it's not a smart game. >> reporter: butler definitely has his critics. >> want to try to take the risk out of everything in life. >> reporter: from renowned talk show host to members of the dover community. >> are they gongs to wrap us all in bubble wrap? >> you can ride a bicycle and get hurt the same way. >> reporter: studies show that kids who play high school football, even pee wee league football are expotion themselves to the dangers of head trauma. >> so, what do you think? should football be banned? is it too dangerous? should you let your kids play. log on and join in on the conversation. >>> all right. time to get into it and t
. >> reporter: the video shows 23-year-old charles butler parking his car outside a store off 45th and market. >> the bad parking mr. butler did is the reason why the people inside this car thought it was a reason to kill mr. butler. >> reporter: it also shows butler inside the store arguing with one of the suspects. he was killed the next day by the same men blocks from the store. >> it was painful, difficult to watch. >> reporter: butler's family came to ktvu this afternoon to watch the video for the first time. >> that bumping of the car, that's ridiculous. that's what a bumper is for. >> reporter: it was tough for them to see their loved one just weeks before he was shipped out to see as a marine. >> i feel like it was a vicious attack upon my son and i really want justice. >> when someone can shoot and kill someone who comes from a similar background, looks just like them and don't know them, that's self hatred. that's anger directed inward. >> reporter: police tell me they have an idea who the killers are, they just need help from witnesses. the family wants the same. >> because if we k
may have cost a man his life. >> reporter: the video shows 23-year-old charles butler parking his car outside a store off 45th and market. >> the bad parking mr. butler did is the reason why the people inside this car thought it was a reason to kill mr. butler. >> reporter: it also shows butler inside the store arguing with one of the suspects. he was killed the next day by the same men blocks from the store. >> it was painful, difficult to watch. >> reporter: butler's family came to ktvu this afternoon to watch the video for the first time. >> that bumping of the car, that's ridiculous. that's what a bumper is for. >> reporter: it was tough for them to see their loved one just weeks before he was shipped out to see as a marine. >> i feel like it was a vicious attack upon my son and i really want justice. >> when someone can shoot and kill someone who comes from a similar background, looks just like them and don't know them, that's self hatred. that's anger directed inward. >> reporter: police tell me they have an idea who the killers are, they just need help from witnesses. the famil
. >>> welcome back, everybody. a dramatic day in rome at the trial of the pope's former butler. he did take the stand and admitted he took thousand of documents from the pope's private apartment and leaked them to the media. >> with that admission he said he is innocent because he did it for the good of the church. here's abc's jeffrey kaufmann. >> reporter: the pope's butler confess heed stole the documents from his boss and leaked them to the media to expose evil and corruption in the church. paolo gabriele is in court here facing vatican justice and we are getting a rare glimpse inside a world that feeds on secrecy. >> gabriele seemed calm, serious, a bit tense at times. >> reporter: no one was closer to the pope, wake him in the morning bringing him his meals. when investigators raided gabriele's apartment their carried 82 boxes of evidence including stolen documents. gabriele is accused of being the source of damni ining leaks as as best selling books that portray the vatican as a sea of corruption and cronyism, construction contracts given to friends, people buying audiences with the
a son to him. >>> also, we have breaking news from the vatican, where the pope's butler has just been convicted of leaking controversial documents. it's one of the most damaging scandals to hit the pope. we'll have a live report coming up from rome. >> the butler leaked the documents to help the pope. we'll tell you what his sentence is. >>> the new jobs numbers showing unemployment at its lowest level in years. now, allegations that the administration is cooking the books. do those charges have any merit? we'll take a closer look at that. >> pretty shocking charges there. >>> and a preview of the debate everyone really wants to see. the comedian versus the cable news anchor. jon stewart and bill o'reilly faceoff in rumble 2012. we'll handicap the showdown and look at how the opponents are getting ready. is stewart really prepping with colbert and a chicken? nothing would surprise me with jon stewart. >> sounds about right. >>> we're going to start with an amber alert in colorado. the fbi has joined the search for jessica rodriguez, last seen leaving for school yesterday morning. she
, the pope's butler admits to stealing from him. why he says it's for the goo of the church. >>> and a news anchor fights back after a tv viewer criticizes her because of her weight. the on-air response that's led to national headlines today. >>> startling claims that a popular style of smoke detector may not save your family in a fire. welcome back, everybody, at 4:30. i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. when you buy a smoke detector, you think it will sound. >> an investigation by nbc's jeff rossen found that the most common type of smoke detector may give you little warning to get your family out in time. >> reporter: a desperate mother waking up to a house full of smoke, trying to save her kids. >> as i'm trying to get upstairs, my first thought is the four people that i have upstairs. trying to make sure they're not scared to death, that they're safe and that they're okay. >> i have four children dead in the house. it's burning! >> reporter: the kids didn't make it. cause of death? smoke inhalation. so why didn't they have more warning? after all, the deputy said the house had work
butler was killed the morning of december 22nd, 2011, after bumping the fender of another car on the city's north side. the video shows two suspects arguing with butler, who is seen in the white hoodie there. investigators say the two men later followed butler and shot him a few blocks away. >> not only are they murderers, they are thieves. they stole my brother's future. i mean, he was on his way of doing good things. >> police hope witnesses will come forward to help identify the two suspects. >>> police in pacifica have arrested a man in connection with a murder there. officers were called to the home on dell road early yesterday morning after reports of a disturbance. that's where they found the body of 24-year-old keith coffee. police are not releasing the name of the suspect. they say he had an earlier altercation with coffee. >>> former santa clara county doctor is charged with 18 drug- related felonies and will appear in a san jose courtroom today. dr. marvin bonham is accused of trading prescription drugs like oxycontin for cash and methamphetamines. prosecutors also say he wrote
will help solve a murder case from almost a year ago. charles butler was killed the morning of december 22, 2011, after bumping the fender of another car in the city's north side. the video shows two suspects arguing with butler, who is seen in the white hoodie there, in a convenience store. investigators say the two men later followed butler and shot him a few blocks away. >> not only are they murderers, they are thieves. they stole my brother's future. i mean, he was on his way to doing good things. >> police hope to hear from anyone who can help identify those two suspects. >>> a speedy thief got away with cash after a daring midday robbery. he jumped over-the-counter towards the teller and grabbed an unknown amount of money from the drawer. at least one witness said the suspect had a gun. he was last running eastbound on ventura avenue. >>> a pediatrician charged with 18 drug-related felonies is set to appear in a san jose courtroom today. dr. marvin bonham is accused of trading prescription drugs like oxycontin for cash and methamphetamine. prosecutors say he wrote prescriptions for p
is in-- the pope's butler did it, found guilty of stealing papers from his boss and leaking them to the press. alan pizzey has been following intrigueigue. o reporter: paolo gabriele's record of seven years of alithful service as the papal ogyler and his apology to vinedict xvi earned him a reduced sentence. he said he acted out of what he called a visceral love for the church and the pope and told the court, "i do not feel like a thief." 8ong documents in more than 80 boxes found in gabriele's with tent were some with the word "destroy" written in german edict'e benedict's own hand. they were leaked to italian journalist gianluigi nuzzi, who used them in a book detailing bookuption, intrigue, and in- fighting at the highest levels of the catholic church. cathoanswered question is ueether anyone else was involved in the leaks. insisttler insisted he had no ven thlices, even though he gave vatican police the name of ardists and even cardinals to t om he had spoken and said he received what he called uniqstions. in a situation unique in jurisprudence the pope was both victim and su
. >> public comment is approximately three minutes. >> thank you. my name is joe butler, or at as my client knows me -- i'm the director on telegraph hill and i am married and my wife and i have to near 429 and 28 years respectively. we raised our to native san franciscan daughters here and there almost out of college. we are excited to be well treated in this community. i have them pro bono work as an architect and my work is without portfolio, so when something comes up, i am able to address it and i would like to speak about barricades' on broadway in the evening hours on fridays and saturdays. many things have been tried, blocking off the roads from all vehicular traffic, but it creates a problem because the parking lots are vacant. without someone in controlling the parking lots, a lot of nefarious activity occurs and was what was ordinarily a police have the area. we tried keeping people from going up the hills and circling around and we had another idea to put a barricade on the middle of the block between broadway so that traffic coming from columbus avenue can't go all the way thro
and >> hello. my name is joeyÑfk butler. i am a candidate for supervisor in district 3. my wife and i are 9 celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. we met married and raised our i am an architect and small business owner. i havm 29 years first on russian hill, and nowy; i am running to be a positive unifying force for oursqúk÷ neighborhoods. in 1995, i, and three dozen of my neighbors vx? ' improve access and landscape in pioneer park surzp7p9%9 tower. the project was an open negotiated collaborative one. all neighbors' opinions were respected and we accommodate nearlyauq everyone's vision into the project. whether we hailed fromv$dw beijing or e+.ó boston, wens iris or bombay we are allvgá÷ san franciscans. some of us are natives, like my daughters.y others are immigrants like the imcome babt and myself. over the next four years as5j san franciscans, we will all expend $25 billion. i would like to see that money used to make this wind and fog swept peninsula the best that it has ever been. $25 billion is an enor
track. thank you so much for your time andi >> hello. my name is joeyÑfk butler. i am a candidate for supervisor in district 3. celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. we met, married, and raised our i am an architect, and small business owner. i havm 29 years, first on russian hill, i am running to be a positive unifying force for oursqúk÷ neighborhoods. in 1995, i, and three dozen of improve access and landscape in tower. the project was an open negotiated collaborative one. all neighbors' opinions were respected and we accommodate nearlyauq everyone's vision into the project. whether we hailed fromv$dw beijg or e+.ó boston, wens iris or boy we are allvgá÷ san franciscans. some of us are natives, like my daughters.yothers are immigrante imcome babt and myself. over the next four years as5j san franciscans, we will all expend $25 billion. i would like to see that money used to make this wind and fog swept peninsula the best that it has ever been. $25 billion is an enormous fortune and in four years time that investment could find all of our citizens on the same page, and ma
-up is good. 79-70. that was nearly picked off by jimmy butler. barea, the veteran telling his guys, come on, we have to finish this off. a nine-point t-wolves lead with 55 seconds. barea runs through traffic. [whistle] and then back to budinger. they can offered to run some clock here. shot clock to 10. shved inside. pekovic, no. but he is going to get to the free-throw line. the foul is on taj gibson. that is his sixth. gibson fouls out. 18 minutes, 1-5 from the field, five rebound and four points. stacey: the bulls are going to have a couple of days off before they have to get back on tuesday. again, this is going to be a process. so many new players. missing luol deng tonight, and rip hamilton, who would have made a difference. neil: and those were not injuries. tib just wanted to give them a night off. you see this happen all the time in the preseason. stacey: and it may be other players later. kirk hinrich has played a lot. he has 31 minutes and jimmy butler has 47 minutes. he needs to get as much time playing in the preseason as possible. neil: hi
friend of the thurmond's, who pointed me to a history, a biography of the man named francis butler simpkins. he was in a sunday at very well-known historian. in fact, francis butler had a magnum opus from his own hometown. so simpkins grew up in south carolina and was always fascinated with his hometown and that some point he sat down to write this kind of gossipy, thinly fictionalized account of his hometown, which would. this date was never published and is now preserved only in the archives at longwood university in virginia, were simpkins todd for his whole life, but offers a really unique perceptive on ashfield in the area in which strom thurmond was growing up, it is area in which will thurmond is the most influential figure in the political life, they are in the early 19 teens and 20s. let me read you a little bit of this and then i'm going to stop talking. so sometime in the late 1940s or early 1950s, francis felt that simpkins sat down to write a fictionalized memoir about growing up in ashfield barbiturate as it appears in his text. it was never published and is preserved
washington.com. >> someone has just been taken into custody. the pope's butler makes a confession on the witness stand about why he stole some private documents and he doesn't feel guilty about it. question 7 has a new ally. a big backer is now supporting the fight to bring up big time casino to prince george's something like a plane crash keep them away from the game. >>> seven crew member have been arrested in connection with the worst boating disaster in hong kong in 40 years. the ferry and the party boat crashed last night. at least 38 people were killed. it happened during a celebration for china's national day. crew members from both boats were taken into custody today on suspicion of endangering passengers. police in hong kong will say only that the crew in their words, did not exercise caution required by law. investigators have not yet that what they believe actually caused that crash. >>> a massive clean-up effort is underway in spain after days of deadly flash floods. at least ten people died. many were swept away in the heavy currents. they include a young boy and girl
board calling on his district to ban high school football. paul butler proposed the ban. butler is a retired doctor and a former high school football player saying the team, the green wave has got to go. >> this is a dangerous game for children to be playing. the game that uses the head as a battering ram is not a smart game to allow a youngster to play. >> butler has critics including school board chairman, local newspaper and rush limbaugh who labeled those who support a ban on final as quote, panty wastes. others say there are risks more kids are actually hurt playing basketball. butler says his proposal is a first step towards what he believes is inevitable. >> bay area anth pollingist made a discovery that could change the way we view evolution. this bone contains a contemp rarey of the lucy, found the shoulder indicates it was still an accomplished tree climber. >> so this combination makes it what it is. it's neither human, nor ape. but the new evidence is that in this indication would make it more ape like. >> that means lucy species had a ways to go to become what we co
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'll be watching. >> sure will. thank you so much. >>> all right. coming up at 9:30, paul butler will join us live instudio with more insight into the sentencing. >>> another story we're keeping a close eye on, fear grows as the number of cases in the meningitis outbreak continues to rise. latest numbers show nine people have died. it's now nine people have died. with the total number of cases at 105. health officials in maryland confirm two more cases there for a total of five cases. the cdc say it's possible as many as 13,000 people are at risk. this meningitis could take up to four weeks before people notice symptoms. >>> now to the race for the white house, latest polls show mitt romney with an edge over president obama. a new pew research center poll has mney leading 49 to 45% among likely voters. the candidates are even among registered voters. in virginia yesterday, rom targeted the president on foreign affairs. >> we can't support our friends and defeat our enemies in the middle east when our words aren't backed up by deeds. >> other polls released monday show mitt romney has closed the ga
favorite sport. >> reporter: but that fun comes at too high a price says dr. paul butler, a retired physician. the father of three who now sits on the dover school board wants to shut down the football program for good. he believes the risk of concussions and long-term brain injuries to players is too high. >> i think it's a risk. >> i think it's overly radical and it's not supported by medical evidence. >> reporter: the school board released a statement saying dr. butler's opinion is his own, and that the determination of the dhs football program has not come before the board and is not on any agenda at this time. still, parents were quick to speak out. >> the backing is there, you know. jim mcmahon just came out and said he suffers from dementia, so there is a fear. >> if you're going to stop football, you better stop hockey. >> reporter: symptoms are often subtle and easily missed. among children and adolescents, emergency room visits for sports-related brain injuries, including concussions, have gone up 60% in ten years. ask for boys, the rates are highest in football. >> from t
of this blue car is the victim. charles butler. he was shot and killed after just a little bit of a tap on a bumper turned into a violent exchange. this was on market street toward the driver was trying to parallel park. keep your eye on that bumper you can see that he hits it. the driver of the suspects' vehicle gets out and confronts a butler. you can see the passenger and inside the store the individual in that white sweatshirt is butler. he is confronted by the passenger suspect car. moments later, the blue car does a u-turn. and he is gunned down about two blocks away at a stop sign near his home. west/46. that is just two blocks from this incident. it happened in late december. police in oakland want to hear from you if you know anything. read lotus, kron 4 news. >> coming up i will show you a problem in the south bay that is becoming all too common. in the next edition of people behaving badly >> this was after a surprisingly strong housing report. the dow jones was up by 5 points and the nasdaq gained three points. and the s&p 500 was up by six. . >> a decision choosing a colleg
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